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Say what you will about Dean Ambrose; the man keeps his promises.

The Lunatic Fringe told Seth Rollins he was done bailing out his former brother-in-arms last week, and he stayed true to his word in emphatic fashion during The Architect’s rematch with Sheamus on Raw. Whereas Rollins surprised the Raw Tag Team Champion last week, The Alabaster Gladiator reversed his fortunes in Round 2, pinning Rollins with a roll-up of his own off an assist from Cesaro.

The cohesive Raw Tag Team Champions proceeded to lay a lengthy beating on Rollins after the match — one that only got worse when they realized that Ambrose would not be coming to the rescue.

Say what you will about Seth Rollins, but he won’t leave a man hanging: Despite Dean Ambrose refusing to come to The Kingslayer’s aid after his match against Sheamus, Rollins lent Ambrose a hand after The Lunatic Fringe found himself in hot water of his own with the Raw Tag Team Champions.

The main difference was that Ambrose had won his match, an epic, scientific affair with Cesaro wherein the two Superstars traded a wide array of old-school holds and locks before they broke out the heavy artillery. Down to the wire, The Lunatic Fringe won off a roll-up, and when the champs swarmed him, Rollins arrived to drive them back. Ambrose was convinced enough of Rollins’ intentions to offer the customary fist bump, but Rollins left him high and dry this time around. Turnabout is fair play.

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If Seth Rollins is still The Man, he remains a man without a country, as his continued efforts to mend fences with Dean Ambrose seemingly went nowhere in the early goings of Raw. His night did take a turn for the better when he defeated a trash-talking Sheamus (who, as Raw Tag Team Champions with Cesaro, does have brotherhood on his side), but unfortunately for The Kingslayer, he immediately found himself subject to a 2-on-1 disadvantage.

Moments after Rollins pinned The Alabaster Gladiator off a rollup, Cesaro joined his partner in a two-pronged mugging of the former WWE Champion. Eventually, The Lunatic Fringe came to his old brother’s aid after all, but Ambrose suffered a stomping of his own for his trouble. (True to form, Ambrose incurred extra punishment after eating a Neutralizer and daring the champs to keep it coming).

So, Ambrose and Rollins found themselves on the wrong side of a beatdown. The good news, at the very least, is the former Shield brothers did it together.

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So, can Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins co-exist? Yes! But have they truly moved on from past events? That answer’s a little more complicated.

Despite Ambrose’s vocal distrust of The Kingslayer, the two former Shield members did manage to recapture enough of the old magic to outlast The Miz & The Miztourage in Raw’s main event. The Lunatic Fringe even came to Rollins’ rescue after Miz and his crew feasted on Rollins for the majority of the match.

The favor was repaid when Seth broke up what was sure to be a pinfall from Miz following one Skull-Crushing Finale and saved Ambrose from a second with a flying knee that teed up Dirty Deeds. Ambrose, fired up from pinning The Awesome One, did allow a post-match embrace from The Architect, though he was still a bit too conflicted to partake in in the traditional Shield fist bump, much to Seth’s disappointment. Baby steps, though. He might just get there yet.

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Don’t let last week’s unexpected rescue fool you: Dean Ambrose still isn’t down for a mini-Shield reunion with Seth Rollins. Despite having rescued The Kingslayer from The Miz & The Miztourage last week, The Lunatic Fringe assured his former brother that Rollins was simply in the vicinity of his intended target — that’d be The Miz — and his distrust of the former Authority man hasn’t dimmed one bit since Rollins disintegrated The Hounds of Justice.

Rollins, looking to finally put the past in the past, offered an unprecedented apology to Ambrose and even a free crack with a steel chair, but The Lunatic Fringe couldn’t bring himself to follow through. Miz and The Miztourage had no such qualms, however, surrounding the ring and picking both Rollins and Ambrose apart with steel chairs of their own. The numbers game strikes again — though not against the Superstars you’d expect.

It was later announced by Kurt Angle, that Seth and Dean will face The Miz, Curtis Axel and Bo Dallas in a Handicap match next week on RAW

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